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Friday, March 21, 2014

The Ten Best Concerts in St. Louis This Weekend: March 21 to 23

Posted By on Fri, Mar 21, 2014 at 5:00 AM

Bible Belt Sinners CD Release - Saturday, March 22 @ Blueberry Hill - PRESS PHOTO | DARKSIDE

This weekend, Bible Belt Sinners puts out a new CD, Googolplexia and Dubb Nubb team up for a split EP, and several touring acts grace stages allover St. Louis, including the Mowgli's, DeRobert and the Half-Truths, K. Michelle, Native and Useless Eaters. Get the info on these shows and more in our concert recommendations.

Friday (March 21):

The Mowgli's w/ MisterWives, Blackwell @ The Firebird 7:30 p.m. | $15 Did you know that this band is named after one of its members' dogs? I mean, obviously the dog was named after the Jungle Book character, but still. I dunno, I thought that was neat; leave me alone. (DH)

Wet Nurse w/ Bruiser Queen, Little Big Bangs @ The Heavy Anchor 9 p.m. | $5 Sisters Nina and Susana Chaplin front Wet Nurse, a '60s-pop-influenced garage-rock outfit from Orlando with infectiously catchy riffs and sweet yet solid-edged singing. Hear 'em on Bandcamp. (MS)

Also on Friday, check out Jandek at the Billiken Club, Mykki Blanco as part of KWUR Week and Young the Giant at the Pageant. Just click on the links to learn more via detailed show previews.

Saturday (March 22):

Bible Belt Sinners CD Release w/ Motorpanties @ Blueberry Hill 9 p.m. | $7 Bible Belt Sinners plays blues-and-country-inspired rock & roll and throw a party to celebrate the release of its second studio album, Sunday Best. Motorpanties, an all-girl rock outfit from Springfield opens. (MS)

DeRobert and the Half-Truths w/ The Grips, DJ Hal Greens @ The Demo 11:30 pm. | $10-$15 Have you got soul? Get out on the dance floor and prove it, because this show has soul to spare. Bring your dancing shoes. (DH)

K. Michelle @ Ambassador 7 p.m. | $35-$45 See her in person before you see her even MORE on the silver screen. K. Michelle just announced a couple of weeks ago that she will be starring in her own TV show, a spinoff of VH1's Love & Hip-Hop, on which she is already a cast member. (DH)

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